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Shakespeare tracts (1796)



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Volume: 1
Subject: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
Publisher: [V.p.]
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: SRLF_UCLA:LAGE-3049803
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: University of California Libraries
Collection: cdl; americana
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v.I. 1. Papers and legal instruments under the hand of Shakspere, including "Lear" and part of Hamlet, by S. Ireland. 1796. - 2. Ireland's authentic account of the Shakspere mss. 1796. - 3. Ireland's vindication in reply to Malone. 1796. - 4. Ireland's investigation of Malone's claim to the character of a scholar and critic [179-?] - 5. Malone's letter to Dr. Farmer in reply to Ritson. 1792. - 6. A comparative review of the opinions of James Boaden. 1796.--v.II. 1. Wivell on the monumental bust. 1827. - 2. Madden on a autograph of Shakspere. 1838. - 3. Traditionary anecdotes of Shakspere collected in Warwickshire 1838. - 4. Collier's reasons for a new edition of Shakspere's works. 1842. - 5. Boaden on the Sonnets of Shakspere. 1837. - 6. Hunter's reply to Dyce. 1853. - 7. Halliwell's curiosities of modern Shaksperian criticism. 1853. - 8. Halliwell on the 1632 emendations, are they copyright? 1853. -

9. The Grimaldi Shakspere. J. R. Smith. 1853.--v.III. 1. Mitford's Cursory notes on Dyce's Beaumont and Fletcher and Shakspere. 1856. - 2. J. P. Collier's Reply to Hamilton. 1860. - 3. Sir. F. Madden's Letter to Collier from the "Critic" journal. 1860. - 4. Strictures on N.E.S.A. Hamilton's enquiry by Scrutator. 1860. - 5. A review of the present state of the Shaksperian controversey by Hardy. 1860. - 6. Collier Coleridge and Shakspere by A. E. Brae [of] Leeds. 1860. - 7. Criticism applied to Shakspere by Rev. Chas. Badham. 1846. - 8. Remarks on an article in the Shakspere's society's publications by T. C. Croker


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